The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1967 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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10-Alffona, (la.) Upper DM Mohwt F*4>. If47 Urges Letters In Behalf Of Senate School Bus Bill the Alas fol- Dear Readers; Hore are some Ideas you might wish to Incorporate In a letter to your state legislators regarding Senate File 118, which Is ablllto allow students within a school district to ride on public school buses over established bus routes. Our local situation In gona school district Is lows: 1751 enrolled in the Algeria public schools. 1003 enrolled In the Algona parochial schools. 318 enrolled In the Whittemore parochial schools, 2 denominations. Approximately 200 enrolled In St. Joe and St. Benedict parochial schools from the Algona school district. The parochial systems educate approximately 47% of the students presently enrolled. It is the thinking of many of us that It Is ridiculous for the parochial systems to teach the three "R's 1 and at the same time support two school systems. LETTERS TO TNI EDITOR The thinking of the people and their ability and willingness to pay are going to cause some great changes very soon. But we do have these established schools, doing good and acceptable work, and it behooves the public to appreciate the gift in tax relief which the supporters of these private and parochial schools do give. There are many private and church supported colleges In the country that surely deserve special consideration also. I think it utterly ridiculous and bigoted to question the religion of a particular group as long as they are doing things In the accepted American way. Every day we work with our neighbors having different beliefs. We respect them. We help them. We love them. Why, then, should we make ON YOUR NEXT REFILL Phone 295-3749 for VIKING Fuel Oil and Gasoline DIRECT FROM PIPELINE DEPENDABLE ECONOMICAL CLEAN BULK WAGON DELIVERY TO ANY POINT IN CITY OR COUNTRY VIKING OIL CO. PHONE 295-3749 ROY STOFFEL, Owner JUST NORTH OF MILWAUKEE STATION IN ALGONA their children the scapegoats? If the Methodists are tunning a good school at Morningside why should they not have support comparable to Ames or Cedar Falls? The same Is true of Buena Vista or Wartburg, etc. People's thinking must change and update, and a sensible readjustment should be made. R. N Blckert, Algona FEB. 14. TUESDAY - Fred Henderson farm auction to be held at 12:30 p.m. on farm ?, north and one east of Emmsts- burg, or 1/2 m.Ue north, 3 1/2 west and 2 north and one east of Cylinder. Ottered is machinery and much miscellaneous. Sale details in Feb. 9 UDM. Lloyd Berkland and Norman Bortvit, auctioneers; Iowa Trust & Savings, Emmetsburg, clerk, FEB. 15-WEDNESDAY-Robt. Johnson Sale, 1 p. m., at farm 5 miles north of Wesley on blacktop, or 2-1/2 miles east and 5 miles south of Tltonka. Complete listing in this newspaper Thursday, Feb. 9. Leek&Quinn, Auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bink, Clerk. FEB. 17, FRIDAY - Walter Heerdt Estate Farm Auction, at farm located from 169-18 junction at Algona, two miles west and 1-1/4 miles north on blacktop; or from U. S. 18 andHobar- ton blacktop road, go north 1-1/4 mUes. Auction includes live- stock, machinery and other usual items including household. Ronald Peck and Lyle Bensen, Auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, Clerk. Details in this newspaper. FEB. 18, SATURDAY - Walter A. Bell sale, on the Mrs. Brophy farm, 4 1/2 miles north of Algona on U.S. 169, starting at 10 a.m. Offered is machinery, household goods, furniture, sheep and many other items advertised in detail in issue of Feb. 14 Upper Des Moines. Auctioneers, Quinn & Leek; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. FEB. 22,WEDNESDAY-Neary Implement Co. auction, starting 6:30 p.m. at Emmetsburg. Offered will be machinery, trucks, fixtures, shop tools, office quip- ment, etc. Public Auction I WILL HOLD A PUBLIC AUCTION ON TEE MRS. BROPHY FARM 4% MILES NORTH OF ALGONA ON HIGHWAY 169 ON Saturday, Feb. 18 10:00 A.M. LUNCH ON GROUNDS 10:00 A.M. All the household goods will be sold first starting at 10 A.M. and then the machinery. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 9% cu. ft upright Deep Freeze In perfect condition; Frigidalre 12 cu. ft Regrlgerator and Deep-Freeze Combination with 4V4 cu. ft Freezer compartment Juit like new; Frigidalre 40 In. electric stove, real good; Kitchen table with formica top, 2 extra leave*, and • chain; Klrby upright Vacuum Cleaner, with' paint sunder and many other attachments; Electro Hygiene Vacuum Cleaner; Perfection 3 burner kerosene stove and oven; Maytag white square tub Washing Machine; 3 wash tub*; Frigidalre Dehumldlfler; Electric Frying Pan; 2 Ironing Boards; Breakfast Table and 4 chairs; 2 Tables; Duo Therm Space Heater. FURNITURE New Bedroom Suite, complete with chest of drawers, vanity, bed and box spring, this Is real nice; Older bedroom suite complete with chest of dia»us, vanity, bed and box springs; 2 chests of Drawers; Good Dresser; Bright red Kroehler Davenport and chairs, like new Green Kroehler '2 piece sectional Davenport; Like new Duncan Fife Table, seats 12, with only 2 chairs and full pad; Hutch with ghui front; Overstuffed Rocking Chair; Extra Chairs; Footstools; End Tables and Coffee Table; Writing Desk; Portable Electric Sewing Machine, with zig-zag, etc; 8 good Samson Metal Folding Chairs, with leather seats; 9x12 ft. good blue Wool Rug and felt pad; Some Rugs, new Blankets, Quilts, etc.; Dishes, etc.; Many other Item too numerous to mention. ANTIQUES GLASS BUTTER CHURN, LAMPS, KRAUT CUTTER, WRITING DESK, OLD ROCKING CHAIR and a few more. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: You will find this household foods real clean, sharp and In the best of condition. TRUCK 1966 Ford % ton PICKUP, 4 speed transmission with stock rack, good tires, runs good. Three Tractors 1959 CASE 0-MATIC Model 800 Gas TRACTOR, good tires, eagle hitch, live hydraulic, live power, power steering, wheel weights. TERMS: CASH. H. FARMALL, New Tires, Rons Good. JOHN DEERE, Model A, Good running condition. Case 4-row Cultivator, on rubber. Case 425 2-row mounted Corn Picker, in good condition, mounts for 800 Case. Case A6 Combine with P.T.O. CASE MACHINERY Case 4-row Rotary Hoe, like new. Case 7 ft. semi mounted Tractor Mower. Case 90 bu. capacity tractor Manure Spreader. Case 8-ft. Windrower 3ase 4-bar tractor side delivery Rake on rubber. Base running gear with 7x10 ft. Heider box w/ Dawden hoist. OTHER POWER MACHINERY Xewanee 13-ft. 4-in. wheel Tandem Disc, 16-in, blades; Stan Hoist 60-ft new style, wide type, Grain Elevator, P.T.O. Hydraulic lift, like new; Oliver 4-16 trip bottom Plow, real good; John Deere 490 Corn Planter on rubber, with fertiliser and insecticide, new last year; Humboldt Loader with manure and snow bucket, mounts for H; New Holland Running Gear, with 16-ft. flat bed; John Deere heavy duty Running gear with wood flare box andDowdenhoist;2 —4 section Drags with folding eveners; 2 section Drag with evenen; 4 section Weed-hog Spring Toothi Twin Draulic trailer-type 6 row weed Sprayer, with good pump; I.H.C .Endgate Seeder; 8 HP BriggsA Sir at on Motor; Chains for H; IHC Combine motor with P.T.O.; Heathouser for Case tractor BUILDINGS ETC.: 12x14 ft. brooder house; Walk in hog feeder; 2 feed bunks; 1 sheep hay and feed bunk; Steel water tank with hog fountains, used very little; 60 gallon hog waterer. SHOP EQUIPMENT: Farney 180 Amp electric welder with battery charger; Station type large air compressor; Homelite 18-in. Chain Saw; 2 step ladders; heavy chain hoist. 26 Head of Sheep 10 GOOD MOUTHED EWES, 5 with lambs at side and more to lamb before sale. 10 YEARLING EWES 1 real good COLUMBIA BUCK, 3 yr. old. Walter A. 'Butch' Bell AUCTIONEERS: QUINN and LEEK CLERK, IOWA STATE BANK, ALGONA

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